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The Sud-Ouest borough mayors’ office has released the latest public meeting agenda, which includes the first discussion of the Plan particulier d’urbanisme (PPU) involving Projet Griffintown:
Avis de motion – adoption du projet – Règlement modifiant le Plan d’urbanisme de la Ville de Montréal (04-047) pour y introduire le Programme particulier d’urbanisme du secteur Peel-Wellington (Griffintown) (dossier 1070960026)
The council meeting is scheduled to take place at the borough mayors’ office, at 815, Rue Bel-Air, 2nd floor meeting room. The session starts February 5th (Tuesday) at 7pm. If you wish to ask a question during the public questions / comments portion of the evening, you need to sign up beforehand — the signup will take place at 6:30 immediately prior to the meeting.
I am not sure, but I have heard a rumour that due to the interest in this project, it may be moved to the auditorium at the ETS — I will ask the local office and keep the blog updated with the latest news.d nope. (Updated Feb 3rd) As in comments below, please note this is a procedural council meeting about the adoption of the PPU, not a public consultation per se, but it is the first time it’s shown up on the agenda of the public council meetings so far. It will still be held at 815 Bel-Air.
Transcripts and notes from previous council meetings can be found at: http://www.ville.montreal.qc.ca/sud-ouest
The meeting hall is on Bel-Air, one street over from Rose-de-Lima, between St-Jacques and St-Antoine.